FIXED TRAINING PLANS

We currently offer two 10 mile Time Trail plans detailed below, designed to enable you to reach peak fitness on the day of your chosen event. 
Written by 7 x winner of the National 10 mile time trial Championships these 2 plans should give you a head start over the competition.
Short Time trials require more specific training to enable you to give your best performance on the day. This doesn’t happen on its own, but requires planning and completion of some key top end sessions.
Please get in touch to get started straight away, or with any questions   :–)
All plans are available via Today’s Plan (or Training Peaks in the near future).  
More fixed plans are coming soon covering different race distances and targets
 

10 Mile Time Trial Plan

(10 weeks) £80

Summary:

  • Suitability: Intermediate with some TT experience.
  • Average Training Hours / week: 8:10hrs
  • Biggest week: 11hrs
  • Longest Ride: 4 hours
  • Typical Week: 2 days rest, 5 days riding.
  • Requirements: Enthusiasm to work hard plus a bucket load of motivation :--)
Sample session:
Sweet spot with Cadence variation 3 x 10 min efforts
3 x 10 min Fast Steady with cadence variation. 
Ideally try to do this on race bike, with the 3 x 10min in aero position.
1st 10min effort @ 90 RPM 
2nd 10min effort @ 100-110 RPM
3rd 10min effort @ 60-70 RPM

10 Mile Time Trial Plan

(12 weeks) £95

Summary:

  • Suitability: Intermediate with some TT experience.
  • Average Training Hours / week: 8:15hrs
  • Biggest week: 11hrs
  • Longest Ride: 4 hours
  • Typical Week: 2 days rest, 5 days riding.
  • Requirements: Enthusiasm to work hard plus a big bucket load of motivation :--)
Sample session:
High power repetitions: 10/20s, 20/40s
High power short duration repetitions plus steady riding.
Control the power especially at the start of each repetition.
Make sure you are fueled for this or have eaten within 2 hrs.
Afterwards have a recovery drink or preferably a meal straight away.
Be careful with back and knees when you start the high power sections.